In the mid ’00s, The Killers exploded from Nevada to become one of the biggest bands on the planet. Their debut album, Hot Fuss, would define an era thanks to huge singles such as Mr Brightside, Somebody Told Me, and Smile Like You Mean It. Since then, they have continued to be a driving force in “glamorous indie rock ‘n’ roll.”
We recently picked up a great collection of rarities and collectables from The Killers, and you can see some of the highlights below.
Hot Fuss: Rare 2004 US Island label limited edition 12-track LP pressed on Dark Blue Translucent Vinyl including the classic singles Mr Brightside, Somebody Told Me, All These Things That I’ve Done plus the bonus recording Indie Rock ‘N’ Roll, housed in the silver embossed picture sleeve which remains in brand new condition SEALED within its hype stickered shrinkwrap!
Day & Age: Rare 2008 US issue limited edition 10-track vinyl LP produced by Stuart Price, including the singles Human, Spaceman, The World We Live In and A Dustland Fairytale, housed in the fantastic illustrated gatefold picture sleeve which remains in BRAND NEW condition sealed within its hype-stickered shrinkwrap and comes complete with the bonus fold-out poster!
Joseph, Better You Than Me – Scarce 2008 US 1-track CD single [released as a download-only for Christmas], housed in the titled digipak sleeve which remains sealed within its original shrinkwrap!